Best of GSX 2023: Geopolitics and Global Risk

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5.5 CPE

5.5 CPE

In today’s global environment the risks can come from anywhere. A security professional needs an understanding of how global events impact their organization.

This Best of GSX package contains 5 recordings that explain why geopolitics matter, some of the current risks, and potential impacts to your organization.

This package includes:

  • Global Risks—Looking Ahead of the Curve

    WEF’s Global Risk Report (18th Edition) defines international risks that governments and industries will need to face in the coming two to 10 years. Short-term risks include a cost of living crisis, large-scale environmental incidents, and geo-economic confrontations; long-term risks could include failure of climate change adaptations, large-scale involuntary migrations, and erosion of societal polarization. Some of these risks can be reduced and controlled, but some will materialize to their full capacity and impact. The standard BCP will not be enough. Organizations will need to create long-term planning to adapt their businesses to new realities and define strategies based on uncertainties, which support transforming the organizations into a flexible and fast-adopting entity.

  • Why Geopolitics (and Geopolitical Risk) Matter in Enterprise Risk Management 

    The geopolitical landscape is constantly evolving, and at times abruptly and swiftly, creating risk trends that can be difficult to identify and monitor as well as impact the range of opportunities that risk professionals and businesses face. Shifts in geopolitics can arise from a change in governments, terrorism, war, pandemic, or natural disaster, and these have tangible impacts on investments, operations, and staff well-being. In our hyper-connected business world, businesses will need to understand their geopolitical risk exposure as part of their enterprise risk management processes to reduce uncertainties and to navigate through potentially challenging environments. Thus, it is increasingly critical for risk professionals up and down the management chain to map risks to tangible outcomes.

  • Stop Reacting and Start Predicting: Navigating a Rapidly Changing Geopolitical Environment 

    Waiting for disruptive events to happen is difficult, costly, and limits an organization’s ability to minimize impact to people and resources. Plus, navigating a variety of tools and sources of information make it increasingly difficult to ensure an organization isn’t missing critical insights. But it’s not all doom and gloom.

    Security leaders, hailing from two industry-leading global organizations, will share strategic and tactical insights and best practices on how their organizations successfully navigate a rapidly changing geopolitical landscape, avoid alert fatigue, and effectively leverage immense amounts of data to identify potential risk and threat disruptions before they happen.

  • Risk Without Borders: How Global Crises Impact Security 

    Disasters of all kinds rage across the globe – famines, natural disasters, civil and social unrest. Though not traditionally part of security risk analysis, ESG (Environmental, Social, or Governance) can provide a new lens on risk mitigation. ESG started as an investment approach but has grown into a framework for organizations to look at global strategy. In the near future, according to experts, security will be expected not only to consider ESG efforts, but to quantify them as well.

    In this timely game changer session, a diverse panel of experts will explore what a focus on ESG will look like and how security professionals can leverage ESG concepts as another lens on risk.

  • Navigating Global Mistrust

    Who do you trust? As technology rapidly evolves and it creates confusion around what is real. From deep fakes to AI chatbots to phishing attacks, technology continue to erode trust among individuals. Because of this dynamic, when it comes to trust, companies are increasingly seen as arbiters, cultivating relationships with stakeholders, while governments and media are now regarded distrustfully, according to the 2023 Edelman Trust Barometer. How can security not only navigate these troubled waters, but thrive in an atmosphere of mistrust?

    In this compelling game changer session, thought leaders will discuss the factors driving global mistrust and how to establish yourself as a trustworthy partner.

5.5 CPE
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